Tag Archives: New York City

The Return of Newsday Tuesday

Here we are, launching into a new school year.  Isn’t it funny that when you’re a teacher (or a student) “this year” means from the end of August to about May?  Doesn’t matter that we’ll be transitioning from 2012 to … Continue reading

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Newsday Tuesday: See Sarah Ruhl and Frances McDormand – FREE!

I am WAY TOO BUSY.  You know how I know this?  Because there is a WICKED AWESOME opportunity in New York City that I HAVE TO MISS because there’s a rehearsal for Shakespeare in the Park and as the director … Continue reading

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Newsday Tuesday: Where Can I See Plays Written by Women?

I think it’s about time we not only hear about women playwrights, but actually GO AND SEE plays written by women playwrights, don’t you? So here is my “short” list of where you can see some plays written by women … Continue reading

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Why All Playwrights Need Table Readings

Last night I had the honor and privilege of listening to members and interns of the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble, a professional theatre company in Bloomsburg, Pa., do a table reading of my play, Drowning Ophelia. Let me start by saying: … Continue reading

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Newsday Tuesday: Guerrilla Girls Attack Sexism in Theatre

Today I wanted to share a little bit more about a group I mentioned in my last blogpost: Guerrilla Girls On Tour (sidenote: Ever have to spell the word “guerrilla” before? It’s surprisingly difficult). I found Guerrilla Girls through 50/50 in 2020’s facebook page, … Continue reading

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Ghosts and Shadows: An Interview with Laurie McCants, Part II

Just in case you haven’t heard, Laurie McCants is a phenomenal playwright/actress/director/theatre artist in northeast Pennsylvania who is probably most well-known for her work with the prestigious Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble. But after the debut of Industrious Angels — a one-woman … Continue reading

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